What were we up to this week?

Another busy week at the funny farm.

  • Our foster families helped us take in dogs needing medical recovery and 8 more puppies
  • Our intake team was kept busy with our new dogs from rural shelters
  • 58 dogs were adopted out to loving families
  • Our village continues to amaze us with support of Save Saving Grace
  • Our Host a Dog weekend was another success
  • Our events team has been busy prepping for the Nov 1  Barks and Boos Open House and Supply Drive

Read on for more details.

Shelter Rescues and Fosters

Another non-stop week at the funny farm.  Our daily activities included:

  • Multiple runs to rural shelters and transporting dogs to Saving Grace
  • Twice daily care, feeding and playtime of our dogs on the farm
  • Coordinating with our generous foster families for pickup puppies
  • Matchmaking by our adoption team to adopt out 58 dogs and puppies


Many thanks to our fantastic volunteers and foster families who keep our daily activities on schedule.

Medical needs

While all our dogs require love and daily care, many also need additional medical care.

  • Burberry is recovering in a foster home from surgery to remove her tumor.

Save Saving Grace

And our supporters continue to amaze us with their incredible generosity to Save Saving Grace!

We are closer to reaching our goal every day!  There is still time to register for our event or make a donation.

Will you help us raise $100,000 to Save Saving Grace?

Upcoming events

Check out our calendar for upcoming events!

Some events to look for this week:

  • Nov 1, Barks and Boos Saving Grace Open House and Supply Drive
  • Host a Dog Weekend is again this weekend

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